Advanced MR and CT Imaging for Understanding Acute Stroke Evolution and Predicting Response to Recanalization Therapy (SENSE 3)


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This project aims to compare for the first time the diagnostic ability of CT and MR to reliably identify irreversibly damaged tissue, at-risk (but potentially salvageable) tissue, and the “leakiness” of injured vessels in acute stroke patients.


Gregory Albers, MD
Gregory Albers, MD
Stroke and vascular neurologist
Coyote Foundation Professor and Professor, by courtesy, of Neurosurgery